Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

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Average of 1280 ratings: 3.1 Stars

2005 M Contains coarse language.

24 hours. 350 miles. His girlfriend's kids. What could possibly go wrong?

Nick Persons (Ice Cube) is the affable owner of a sports memorabilia store and a shiny new 4WD, which is his pride and joy. He has also just spied something else he likes very much – sexy divorcee, Suzanne Kingston (Nia Long) who runs an event management service just across the street, but as he makes a beeline for her, he freezes when he notices that Suzanne comes with two attachments – kids.

Nick doesn't like kids and these two, Lindsey and Kevin (Aleisha Allen and Philip Bolden) are first-rate brats whom we have already seen pulling some tortuous Home Alone-type tricks on an unsuspecting guy who has come calling on their mother. Lindsey and Kevin are under the mistaken impression that their parents will get back together, so any potential boyfriend for mum is given the treatment.

Against his better judgement, Nick does become friends with Suzanne after rescuing her on a rainy night when her car breaks down and Lindsey and Kevin instantly consider him the enemy. When Suzanne has to go to Vancouver for a job and her ex pulls out of his promise to baby-sit, reckless Nick, hoping to score some big points, offers to follow her to Vancouver with the kids.

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95 minutes
Columbia Pictures

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1.85:1 Widescreen
English Dolby Digital 2.0

39 Member Reviews Write a review

5 by westawayfamily

We thought this movie was awesome. Everyone in our family loved it kids and adults alike. Would recommend it to everyone!

3 by gladone

Good family comedy - a laugh right from the start and with a happy ending. Would recommend to others.

5 by rchilles1

A great comedy to watch with the rest of the family. The kids enjoyed it from start to finish. This would suit most kids and parents.

1 by Jess151

it was painful to watch, i wouldn't recommend anybody rent this movie. it was a waste of time.

4 by keryn6

I have read some bad reviews on this movie, but our family really liked it and we all laughed out loud at a regular interval. For all families with children around'll love this.

4 by Josemay

Lots of twists to this one taming two 'monsters' into nice children Lots of comedy and good fun.

3 by Sister Mary

The kids enjoyed it - would recommend for 12 and under.

1 by Luis

If you are under ten you may enjoy parts of the movie. If that's not the case don't touch it.

1 by sam231

i found this movie bad, and thats because im 21.... this movie really is for 5-10 year olds, i wouldnt watch it again thats for sure, bad acting aswell!! theres not much "oomph" to the movie! but if... Read more

3 by paperboy1

It is a good family and great movie for kids. I loved it.I might get it out again.